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Matthew Tosh Guide Service back out on Kentucky Lake

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By Tosh - Posted on 23 December 2011

My friend "Big" Dave and I made another trip to Kentucky Lake again today and man are they biting. We put in at 9:00 and before 3:00 we had our sixty fish limit. Were single pole fishing with Sipmson Jigs over man made cover. The grade of fish this trip was really good with Dave catching a five tipping the 2 pound mark. You better get out there and enjoy the action.

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Good catch guys, whats the water lookin like. Last sat. it was running like the mississippi?

FISH ON!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Simpson Jigs
Phillips 66
Oxygenator/U2 Pro Formula

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Water is really stained on the Big Sandy.

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